It’s Day 9 of #30DaysOfLearning Rabbi Abbi Sharofsky, OKCer and Director of Intergroup Relations at the Jewish Community Relations Council, reads us a wonderful story and talks about how the holidays can inspire anti-racism activism.
Up next: OKCer Josh Wilkenfeld dives into what makes the Rosh Hashanah Musaf service different from all other Musaf services, and the ability each of us has to rewrite our personal histories with self-compassion.
Join fellow masked OKCers for an in-person, outdoor Tashlich service. We’ll gather on the 2nd day of Rosh Hashanah in Rays Meadow and disburse to one of four local waterways to cast off our sins, daven, and hear shofar. Registration is mandatory. (What type of bread should you bring? That depends on your sins.)
Let’s discover our connection points to one another! We will ask you to share fun facts about yourself, offer personal reflections, and engage in interesting conversation points. For each of these thirty days, we will introduce one new topic a day. Today’s topic:
Your family can have big dreams for the world, just like Dr. Martin Luther King Junior. The “I Have A Dream” speech spoke of Dr. King’s dreams for the future of humanity and still carries huge weight with us today. What dreams do you have for the world? You might have A Million Dreams like the Greatest Showman or just one really important one. Take some time to make a list of five dreams you have for the world, and then do something even harder: make a list of the things you can do to make those dreams come true.